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ousted president. >>> back here at home, clinton may not have yet made up her mind if she's running for president in 2016. but tim kane has. democratic national committee chairman announcing his support for mrs. clinton's potential 2016 presidential run. i announced his endorsement in south carolina. the senator saying, quote, she's the right person for the job. i'll be starting my fifth year in the senate on earring's day 2017. she's the partner i know i'll wants to be working with in the white house on all fronts. >> story about another former secretary of state, condoleeza rice, deciding not to deliver the commencement address at rutgers university in new jersey. in a statement, she says her involvement had become, quote, a distraction for the university communities. this comes after some students and faculty had held protests over her role in the iraq war. they say mrs. rice bore some responsibilities for the war as a member of the bush administration. the school originally planned to pay the former secretary $35,000 for her commencement speech. >>> arthel, in los angeles, the w
basder to nigeria and served during the clinton whitehouse. we have a distinguished panel. i will turn to the our guest. >> thank you for the chance to testify on behalf of catholic services. i am scott campbell the region director covering the seven african countries. we are present in about 100 countries around the world and providing assistance and development programming. we have been in c.a.r. and our work is funded by the use government and sierra's private fund. i was in cer for three weeks in march and before that in january. i met my colleague rose during the second visit. i would like to share a few ideas about what has transpired in the country and how we are prioritizeing the work. crs is present from the whole breath of the country from the southeast and in the lar affected areas. and we have a very important u.s. aid funded program there working communities affected by the lord's resistance army. we are present in the capital with our partners in the south provinces and in the northwest as well. during my most recent trip i was in the northwest part and saw the refugees
petraeus setting next to former secretary of state hillary clinton, correct? >> well, i think that's the key. we start to look at this as bringing all the pieces together. we've had a number of hearings both on foreign affairs and ogr and a lot of differecommittees. this brings it together, focuses in and brings justice. that's what the american people want. we want justice and now's the time to do that. >> so what do you see as far as timing? when is this going to happen? >> certainly that is unfolding as we speak. and when the actual vote will happen in the house, i know that leadership is discussing that now. i expect it to be sooner than later. as we see that, bringing together committees and staff to go ahead and focus on that, simultaneously, though, the subpoena for secretary kerry will go ahead. so hopefully we'll get a little bit more truth by may 21st when he's required to testify. >> congressman mark meadows, north carolina, thank you for your time today. >>> now for more on the select committee, let's go to catherine herridge who's live in washington with the breaking d
department official beth jones to secretary of state hillary clinton's closest aides, including sheryl mills, that the libyan ambassador was told -- was responsible. what's been overlooked is hours later on 10:00 p.m. september 11th even before the attack was over mrs. clinton sent out a press release directly linking the video to the benghazi violence. while mrs. clinton waes statement was out of sync with the intelligence it was reinforced three daze later by the ben rhodes e-mail which critics say intended to shape the public discussion of a terrorist attack. lovell testified that the state department did not respond quickly that night. >> it's not what they did in that particular situation. it's what they didn't do. they didn't come forward with stronger requests for action. >> what was the mood in the room? what was the feeling? was it to save our people? >> it was desperation there to be able to -- >> it was what? >> desperation there to gain situational awareness and be able to do something. >> lovell was not in the operational chain of command, a point emphasized by one committee dem
-mail from 2012 from state department official beth jones, where she tells mrs. clinton's closest aides, she is in touch with the libyans and told them sharia was behind the attack, not gadhafi loyalists. this e-mail was entered into the record today at the hearing. >> what are democrats saying? >> this morning house minority leader nancy pelosi seemed to dismiss the testimony. >> diversion, subterfuge. benghazi, benghazi. why aren't we talking about something else? what i know of what i've read in the press about the -- the e-mails were very consistent with what was put out there before. i don't think there's anything new there. >> another democrat at the hearing this morning made clear it was levels opinion more should have been done-not that more could have been done to save the four americans killed in benghazi. >> might be some who, for various ropes would like to distort your testimony and suggest that you're testifying we coulda, shoulda done a lot more because we had capables we didn't utilize. >> that's not my testimony. >> the house speaker issuing a statement within the last hour,
to ask permission of the state department? hillary clinton said she never spoke with president obama that night. i think it does go back to what was the state department directing? why didn't they ask to engage in the fight? for instance, we had a team that was going to go in and secure the compound in tripoli because we thought that was coming under attack. and yet the state department made the department of defense change uniforms. they didn't want them going in with the american flag on their shoulders. it's so offensive. >> while this hearing is going on, congressman, you just heard that jay carney was being peppered by questions by reporters. one of the things he said today is that the cover-up is bogus, this is a gop conspiracy theory. and you would say what? >> well, they've tried to portray this as a phony scandal. but they've also said they provided all the information. as the cnn reporter said, how come you haven't provided all the information the president said. in the last 30 days, we've gotten 3,200 new documents. once the white house press corps gets past why didn't the
-- what i'm seing from where i'm sitting, what i read, is the lone superpower that bill clinton talked about that america could no longer afford to be, becoming weaker, everybody else is becoming emboldened. i see people flexing their muscles buzz of our weakness and lack of resolve that we have. where do you think this will lead? where do you think russia will end up? will they go into other areas? where there's a large russian-speaking population. do either of you see that? >> we see that there's a risk and the russians have influence in those areas but it is our policy to exact a coast -- a cost from the russians for their behavior that's in violation of international norms. >> and do you feel the sanction this is a we are talking about, that we've done, do you think they'll have any impact on russian's agrecian? >> sir, the purpose of sanctions is to try to influence russian behavior, it's meant to bring it back within international norms. >> how is that working so far? ms. friedt? >> i couldn't -- >> if i may, sir. this could be a long process, sir. >> but again, do we have compli
roth. we were so passionate about it, madeleine may remember, that president clinton joked that nato must be offering to move the headquarters to wilmington, delaware -- because -- no, i'm serious. it was -- do you remember that's what he said at the time of the official vote. but you know, all these years later, there are some who look at russia's aggression in ukraine and say -- maybe we should not have extended security guarantees to poland, romania, bulgaria and the baltic states. but i think it shows we had to extend that guarantee, because we reject and continue to reject, have rejected the notion of a sphere of influence built on the backs of the people who deserve freedom -- freedom that we always supported and that we believe is as vital today as it was then. and let's be clear -- the current crisis born in the enlargment of nato and the eu 15 yeras ago has nothing to do with -- 15 years ago has nothing to do with the enlargement of nato. it was born in the kremlin. it was born in putin's mind. it has nothing to do with the fact that we expanded nato. and here's another deba
hillary clinton is viewed more possibly than front runners for republicans. former governor jeb bush and rand paul. clinton in a head-to-head face off with jeb bush. similar to the fox news polling that has clinton on top. 51 percent to 42 percent. joining us is our political panel. ed o'keefe and michael warren staff writer for the weekly standard and given the fact that mrs. clinton has been on the world state in the first term of the obama administration as secretary of state. michael, do these numbers surprise you at all? >> they are not so surprising. what i think was interesting, we have to do the cave ats 2016 is a long way away. and it is interesting that the white house post republicans in a good position for the 2014 midterm elections and showed that obama had poll numbers on health care and republicans are favored over democrats to take over congress. and asking the same group of people, hillary clinton doing better than jeb bush, the presuchltive republican nominee or stand in for republicans. so it is not a done deal. just because republicans are going to do well in 2014
insulting hurtful comments about israel. we see this going back to the clinton era. there always seems to be some kind of controversy. diplomats are supposed to choose their words very carefully. he was giving speeches on climate change and using the word diplomacy. i want -- do every single thing except but meddle in foreign affairs because you are not good at it? so i would rather have them doing more harm than good, do nothing. >> you want to defend? >> i'm not going to defend the statements because those were numb skull statements. frankly i've been critical on this president on israel and i have in the past. i will say this, kerry's second point was well-taken. if there is not a two state solution, if things continue the way they are, israel will no longer be a jewish state because demographics are not on their side. >> should he be saying that? >> should he be saying apartheid? absolutely not. >> should he be acknowledging -- >> of course he should. >> i'm sorry, no, let me say this. >> if you look at the demographi demographics, the demographics of the administration actually de
to restore the solvensy of social security in 1983 up to the balanced budgets of the clinton administration. president obama has put the right american in charge. we welcome you before our committee today. i wanted to focus in two areas in this round. first of all, in the housing sector where our secondary market is in a bit of a jam at this point. we know that wall street's terrible mortgage securitization record created the largest transfer of capital from main street to wall street in our history. african-americans lost all their accumulated equity since world war ii. hispanic americans similarly, working class people across this country. i represent communities terribly impacted by the securitization meltdown. my question is, what is treasury doing to perhaps working with the justice department to recoup some of those assets for these hard-working americans in communities that have been so devastated? and have you considered, in addition to bringing back -- by the way, those banks are doing very well, the major ones that were a part of this. everybody seems to be fine up there. but have
, is the lone superpower that bill clinton talked about that america could no longer afford to be, becoming weaker, everybody else is becoming emboldened. i see people flexing their muscles buzz of our weakness and lack of resolve that we have. where do you think this will lead? where do you think russia will end up? will they go into other areas? where there's a large russian-speaking population. do either of you see that? >> we see that there's a risk and the russians have influence in those areas but it is our policy to exact a coast -- a cost from the russians for their behavior that's in violation of international norms. >> and do you feel the sanction this is a we are talking about, that we've done, do you think they'll have any impact on russian's agrecian? purpose of sanctions is to try to influence russian behavior, it's meant to bring it back within international norms. >> how is that working so far? s. friedt? >> i couldn't -- >> if i may, sir. this could be a long process, sir. >> but again, do we have compliance with other nations? are they putting strong sanctions in place too
.w. bush, george w. bush, supported the mission of the ex-im bank, as did bill clinton. all these presidents were staunch supporters of capitalism and the ex-im bank. listen to what president reagan said when he signed re-authorization, a bill that was re-authorized almost unanimously in 1986. quote, this sends an important signal to both our exporting community and foreign suppliers, that american exporters will continue to be able to compete vigorously for business throughout the world. perhaps an even more conservative voice, former vice president cheney said, in 1997, some of my fellow conservatives on the hill may have a philosophical problem about the fact that the bank -- with the -- problem with the fact that the bank is a government agency. but if they consider the success of its lending programs, it would be difficult for them to object on budgetary grounds. for every $1 put into the ex-im, there's been a $20 return to the u.s. economy. and further, again, same speech, vice president cheney, ex-im bank is remarkably effective at helping create jobs, opportunities f
of state john kerry doing a remarkable job of making hillary clinton's years at state look better and better. >> that's exactly right. how irresponsible. a world leader, you can't -- john kerry can't come out and say, you know, if i look back, i would have chosen a different word. no. it's your job to think about what you were saying before it came out of your mouth. think about the implications for our ally, israel. think about the implications for the international community. >> you think he should step down? >> i think he should step down for a number of reasons and i think this is one of them. i think it's a totally irresponsible remark for him to be making. i think ted cruz has a point. >> maybe it was just a misimpression of his words, as he says. >> i think he came out to try to explain himself and a pole goiz and address the issue so i like that he faced it head on. he's a person of significant experience of serving the country and politics. i know him personally. very nice man and i think that he loves his country. i may differ on view points with him but i think right no
on u.s. policy in the region. he served under secretary of state clinton as deputy assistant secretary of state, where she was central to organizing the u.s. government's response to the arab spring's. she is the author of -- and editor of "how israelis and palestinians negotiate, a cross troll analysis of the peace process." robert is the director of -- at the washington institute. an expert on arab and islamic apologists as well as u.s. middle east policy, he has written and spoken widely on the arab israeli peace process, and the need to revamp u.s. public diplomacy in the middle east. he is the author and editor of numerous books, including the battle of ideas on the war on terror. elliott abrams, senior federal for middle eastern studies -- senior fellow for middle eastern studies. he held several important positions, including deputy assistant to the president and deputy national security adviser where he supervised u.s. policy in the middle east. he was also an assistant secretary of state in the reagan administration and was the author of four books, including undue process, se
of the savon center for mideast policy at the brookings institution served under secretary of state clinton as deputy assistant secretary of state for near east where she was central to organizing the u.s. government's response to the arab spring. freedom isauthor of on the march, and editor of how palestinians -- and palestinians negotiate very robert sattler is executive director of the washington holds theand also howard p burke or chair in u.s.-middle east policy. an expert on arab and islamic politics as well as u.s. middle has policy, dr. sattler written and spoken widely on the , and the needeace to revamp u.s. public diplomacy in the middle east. he is the author and editor of numerous books and monographs, including the battle of ideas in the war on terror, essays on u.s. public diplomacy in the middle east. fellow abrams, senior for middle eastern studies served in the george w. bush white house in several important deputyns, including national security advisor. he supervised u.s. policy in the middle east. he was also an assistant secretary of state in the reagan administration a
these settlement. according to the clinton parameters of 2000 or the understandings of 2008, they are certainly not contributing and there is certainly an issue the palestinians feel strongly about. but on their merits, the settlement issue is not what is prohibiting or inhibiting an agreement: it's the idea of a pal stainian state. it's jerusalem, not just the settlement. >> always good to see you. thank you for dropping by. >>> a new threat from washington to moscow. the u.s. is hitting russia with more sanctions after involvement in the crisis. the situation on the ground there is growing increasingly violent. in the eastern city of donetsk, pro-russian activists broke up a rally in support of ukraine's government. they beat some demonstrators with baseball bats. several people were injured. earlier today, the mayor of ukraine's second largest city was shot in the back and severely wounded. the latest sanctions target seven officials and 17 companies close to president putin. president obama says the measures are meant to change the kremlin's calculus on ukraine. mike viqueira tells us more
.s. policy in the region. he served under secretary of state clinton as deputy assistant secretary of state, where she was central to organizing the u.s. government's response to the arab spring's. of -- the author of "how israelis and crossinians negotiate, a troll analysis of the peace process." director of -- at the washington institute. an expert on arab and islamic apologists as well as u.s. middle east policy, he has written and spoken widely on the arab israeli peace process, and the need to revamp u.s. public diplomacy in the middle east. he is the author and editor of therous books, including battle of ideas on the war on terror. abrams, senior federal for middle eastern studies -- senior fellow for middle eastern studies. he held several important positions, including deputy assistant to the president and deputy national security adviser where he supervised u.s. policy in the middle east. also an assistant secretary of state in the reagan administration and was the author of four books, including undue process, security and the bush, and administration and the israeli-palestinian
had thousands of nuclear weapons on their territory. one of the great achievements of the clinton administration was to get ukraine and other countries to give up their nuclear weapons. countries like russia, the united states, the uk would sign onto a compact guaranteeing their sovereignty and territorial integrity. russia signed that, it's grossly violated that. what message does that send to countries where we're trying to gi get them to give up -- >> is there any military cost ex acted by the united states or nato if putin moves forward? >> we're trying to de-escalate this crisis, not escalate. we don't see a military confrontation but we see increasing support for ukraine. we have a program that will get $37 billion or $38 billion to ukraine. >> on the middle east and the peace process unraveling. does the president decide to pull secretary kerry and get him out of the peace making business in the middle east or stf possible that the united states in the absence of negotiating partners advances its own peace plan, puts it on the table, and says get to work? >> thanks to secre
come back, hillary clinton and jeb bush continue to fan speculation we may be headed for another bush-clinton matchup. our panel comes back to read the tea leaves. >>> plus, what would you like to ask the panel about the presidential race? just go to facebook or twitter and fox news sunday. we may use your question on the air. true business-grade internet comes with secure wifi for your business. it also comes with public wifi for your customers. not so with internet from the phone company. i would email the phone company to inquire as to why they have shortchanged these customers. but that would require wifi. switch to comcast business internet and get two wifi networks included. comcast business built for business. >> the security in ben gauze yu and the loss of two state department personnel and two cia contractors from the terrorist attack and the terrible consequences of that. it's very, very painful, and it was certainly the biggest regret that i had as secretary of state. >> hillary clinton this week making a rare reference to the benghazi terrorist attack, and we're back now with the
. if the fox news sunday exclusive. then jeb bush opens the door to a 2016 presidential run. it's another bush-clinton mashup in store? our sunday panel handicaps the potential showdown. and -- we'll have a report from rome where hundreds of thousands gather to watch history as two popes become saints. all right now on "fox news sunday." >>> the supreme court sided with michigan which along with seven other states has banned public universities from using race as a factor in college admissions. joining us now, jennifer grass, whose rejection from the university of michigan inspired her to lead the drive to ban racial preferences, and shanta driver, a civil rights attorney who argued before the supreme court in defense of affirmative action. welcome to both of you tows sun. >> thank you. >> i want to begin by revisiting previous rulings by the supreme court on affirmative action, rulings that still stand. in 2003 the court said this. student body diversity is a compelling state interest that can justify the use of race in university admissions. what's wrong with the limited use of race to achieve that
back, secretary of tate hillary clinton wrote an entire article about the need for a pivot. so she's going to have to she runs for f president. it problem with a pivot is means you are turning away from something to something else so you just turned away from are saying what are we, chopped liver? who was not else in asia thought they were the ones being turned away from. turned to ple being get nervous that you are leaning in on them. likes to inistration use the word rebalance. everybody is equal, we are all.ncing you gwen: that is not even possible. rebalance isn't great because it sounds like unbalanced. said we should have said revitalize. sexy.s not very i will say what we need to show is the united states is capable or, as we used to say, we can walk and chew gum time.e same gwen: as the president said stuff.of >> you mentioned how ukraine is important and i think you are absolutely right, that asian what we arewatching doing. i'm wondering whether all of those countries that have the tes with china over south china sea and east china ea looking at ukraine and wondering wha
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